The calendar developers are working hard toward the next Lightning/Sunbird release, landing several new features in recent weeks. These features include a migration wizard (automatically imports calendar data from Apple iCAL and Gnome Evolution!), improved printing capabilities, and improved ability to handle third-party application timezone definitions.
The Calendar-QA team plans to celebrate these new features with an entire test day focused specifically on the new functionality, and we’d love for you to join us. The test day will be on November 14, from 01:00 (UTC) to November 15, 00:00 (UTC), that’s 23 full hours of testing. For this test day, we will be returning to our Litmus Testing System, so it will be very easy for everyone to contribute. Please refer to the test day wiki for more information.
Additionally, the Calendar-QA team has already begun planning for our next test day. If you’d like to help out with that effort, please drop by the #calendar-qa (irc://irc.mozilla.org#calendar-qa) channel this week and let us know.
We hope to see you in #calendar-qa on November 14th.